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Beacon mayoral candidates outline their agendas

POUGHKEEPSIE – Independence Party Beacon Mayor Randy Casale and challenger Lee Kyriacou, a Democratic member of the city council, talked about issues as some...

State files lawsuit against EPA over Hudson River cleanup

ALBANY – Governor Andrew Cuomo and Attorney General Letitia James, Wednesday, filed a lawsuit against the US Environmental Protection Agency alleging it violated federal...

Wallkill concerned about Middletown’s reservoir recreation plans

TOWN OF WALLKILL – The City of Middletown is moving ahead with plans to develop recreational trails around its reservoirs, which are located in...

Independent Living gets $125,000 state grant

NEWBURGH – Independent Living, Inc. has been awarded $125,000 from the state for upgrades to its main facility on Washington Terrace in the City...

Two arrested following Lloyd traffic stop

HIGHLAND – A man and woman were arrested early Wednesday morning following a traffic stop on Route 9W in Highland.The driver, Evelisse Ramirez, 21,...

Bronx man sentenced in Sullivan County for heroin possession

MONTICELLO – A Bronx man was sentenced in Sullivan County Court to six years in state prison and three years of post-release supervision. Jonah...
Marcus Cole arrested on sex charges

Police say man stole $20,000 compressor from construction site

TOWN OF WALLKILL – State Police arrested a Goshen man on a charge of felony grand larceny for allegedly stealing a large commercial air...

Five area communities exceed 80 percent of their constitutional tax limit

ALBANY – A report from the state comptroller’s office says 20 communities across the state, including five in the Mid-Hudson/Catskills region, have exceeded 80...

Terminated high school principal sues district

POUGHKEEPSIE - Dr. Phee Simpson, the Poughkeepsie High School principal who was fired on Monday morning, is suing to get her job back.  The lawsuit...

Police release identities of men electrocuted on Mt. Peter; OSHA investigating

WARWICK – Police identified the two men who were electrocuted as they worked on guide wires on high-voltage towers atop Mount Peter in Warwick...

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